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Drawing Black Lives and Voices | Graphic Novel Round-Up

PREMIUM

Doctor Who: Missy

Unabashedly geared toward fans who will no doubt love this volume.
PREMIUM

Love of Kill, Vol. 1

The artwork is very nice, though the violent action scenes are reminiscent of a Quentin Tarantino film. This is a love story with guns and dead bodies. Despite their more futuristic settings, Cowboy Bebop and Gunslinger Girl have similar vibes.
PREMIUM

Deep Beyond, Vol. 1

This title has beautiful artwork that is very similar to “Ultimate X-Men” and other superhero comics from the early 2000s. The plot of the book is fast paced and entertaining in a manner reminiscent of the plot in Emily St. John Mandel’s Station Eleven.

Policing the City: An Ethno-graphic

Highly recommended, as it adds to discussions on equity.
PREMIUM

Middlewest: The Complete Tale

Highly recommended for library purchase.
PREMIUM

Nocterra: Full Throttle Dark, Vol. 1

This new series will take readers on the ride of their lives and leave them eager for the next volume.

Ultramega, Vol. 1

Highly recommended for all fans of Harren’s and Stewart’s works, as both put their best efforts into this story.
PREMIUM

Old Head

Against this campy backdrop, Eisner-nominated Starks (Sex Castle) weaves an endearing multigenerational tale about family bonds and standing up for what’s right. A charming pastiche of humor, classic horror, and modern family drama, this title has something to appeal to just about any reader.
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